Cardiff Blues and Wales scrum-half Tomos Williams will stay at the Arms Park after signing a new long term contract.
The 24-year-old has been a key first team member since 2016, and has since made his presence felt on the Wales squad with some impressive performances at international level.
After making his Cardiff Blues debut in an Anglo-Welsh Cup game in 2014, Williams has gone on to appear 82 times in all competitions, scoring 13 tries in the process.
Williams made his Wales debut in Washington last June, scoring against South Africa, and has gone on to win six further caps in the intervening nine months, pushing Gareth Davies as first choice.
He will continue to battle with Lloyd Williams, and youngsters Dane Blacker and Jamie Hill for the scrum-half spot at Cardiff Blues.
Speaking to the official website he said, “I’m really happy to sign a new deal at the Blues. This is my home region and I am really happy here.
“We have a good squad, with a lot of young, exciting players that I have come through the ranks with and are now very good friends.